OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS - SPRING 2018
You will find the official Election Results from the ASUAF Spring 2018 elections attached. Thank you so much for your vote which will help us represent you better in the future.
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Best of luck on your finals!
Election Polls are OPEN!
Please feel free to go onto orgsync and vote between April 5 - 12.
You could win either a $50 Fred Meyer or $50 Amazon Gift Card!
Student Opinion Survey Results
Thank you all for participating in our Student Opinion Survey: Quality of Campus Life! We had over 400 participants involved!
To see the results, please click this link
Course Sharing and Class Length Survey
UAF Faculty Senate wants student input on potential expansion of course-sharing options (allowing UAF and UAA students to take classes at either university through two-way video) and changes to the usual class length (from 60/90 minutes to 50/75 minutes) that would make course-sharing between the universities easier.
Feedback Fridays are back!
UAF Tuition Increase
President James Johnson has approved a 5% tuition increase for Fall 2018- Spring 2020 semesters. To see this memorandum, please click the link below.
ASUAF Fall Elections
Thank you all for voting in the ASUAF Election! Please click the link below to see the results.
Downtown Shuttle Services
ASUAF Committee Meeting Times
Meeting times for the ASUAF Committees have been decided for the Spring semester. Each committee is tasked with discussing the legislation that is assigned to at the previous Sunday's Senate meeting. All meetings are open to the public, and attendance is encouraged. For more information on committees, check out the ASUAF Senate Committees. All meetings are held in the ASUAF Office, located in the Wood Center.
Student and Academic Affairs:
University Relations Committee:
Check out the current legislation page to find out more about legislation currently in committee and to see which committee is responsible for discussing it.